Cyber security goes proactive

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With so much data surrounding our everyday lives, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for security staff to keep on top of all the events and threats affecting their businesses. Because of this, reacting to problems as they hit is no longer good enough, and it’s clear that proactive solutions such as cognitive security are essential to establish a reliable and robust defence.

Click on the link to read an interactive whitepaper that explains how cognitive security works and how it will come to define the future of digital security.

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